Forthcoming Events


Sunday 1 September: Belonging: The Spirit of Community. Michael Allured, our Student Minister, asks: "What does it mean to belong to a religious community and to the community of lives?" There will be children's activities during the service; pre-schoolers should be accompanied by a grown-up.

Sunday 8 September: Free In Spirit. Unitarian lay preacher Renee Neilsen invites us to think about issues of personal oppression and spiritual growth.

Saturday 14 September: The College chapel, library, and gardens will be open to the public from 11 am to 4 pm as part of Oxford Open Doors Weekend.

Sunday September 15: Blast Them With Love is the title of this service, led by Tristan Jovanovic, a member of the Kensington Unitarian congregation.

Sunday September 22: Harvest Thanksgiving. Please bring gifts of non-perishable items for the food bank of Asylum Welcome (or fresh home-grown fruit and veg for sale to chapel members to raise cash for Asylum Welcome). We support the food bank for destititute asylum seekers all the year round, but please make a special effort today.

Sunday September 29: Global Community and the Kindness of Strangers. Kunku Soota is a member of Oxford's Hindu community. Her service is based on an Arya Samaj Havan during which promises are made to the Supreme Being to keep only what we need and to use the rest for the benefit of others. "Together we pray that the knowledge, power, and wealth we acquire do not make us arrogant and conceited, for they are blessings of the Supreme Being."

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